A number of councillors wear black, the dominant colour of the protest movement, at a Yuen Long district council meeting attended by Police Commissioner Chris Tang on May 12, 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A number of councillors wear black, the dominant colour of the protest movement, at a Yuen Long district council meeting attended by Police Commissioner Chris Tang on May 12, 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A number of councillors wear black, the dominant colour of the protest movement, at a Yuen Long district council meeting attended by Police Commissioner Chris Tang on May 12, 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | Hong Kong’s district councils must not become tyranny of the majority

  • District councils are not meant to be political battlegrounds, but exist to enhance local development and bridge communication between citizens and the government

Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections
A number of councillors wear black, the dominant colour of the protest movement, at a Yuen Long district council meeting attended by Police Commissioner Chris Tang on May 12, 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A number of councillors wear black, the dominant colour of the protest movement, at a Yuen Long district council meeting attended by Police Commissioner Chris Tang on May 12, 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A number of councillors wear black, the dominant colour of the protest movement, at a Yuen Long district council meeting attended by Police Commissioner Chris Tang on May 12, 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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